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Emmerdale airs explosive Christmas exit for Chloe Harris after death rocks village

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Emmerdale airs explosive Christmas exit for Chloe Harris after death rocks village

In Emmerdale, the holidays were anything but peaceful as secrets and lies ultimately came to light, resulting in a departure and a death.
Tonight marked the resolution of Emmerdale’s tumultuous romantic triangle involving Mackenzie Boyd (played by Lawrence Robb), Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins), and Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland). Tragic events followed after Chloe was mistreated by her father Harry (Robert Beck), who held Mackenzie captive in order to exact revenge.

After playing Chloe for two years, Jessie was fired as a result of the episode’s events. While Charity was trying to save Mack, she unintentionally shot Harry, killing him.

Chloe made an agreement with Charity to not report her to the police in exchange for being allowed to take her baby, Mack’s son Reuben, and leave. As Chloe and Reuben permanently left, he was forced to say a final, painful goodbye to his son, bringing an end to one of the most dramatic love triangles in the history of the Dales.

She didn’t mention the father’s name when she first made her pregnancy public. But as time went on, it became clear that she and Mack were only together for one night, and the child was the outcome.

Charity was devastated by the lie. When she learned that the baby’s middle name was Mack’s surname, confirming his paternity, she became even more distraught.

Chloe had drama every month of her 24 months in Emmerdale, aside from the love triangle.

Before the recent events, she found out that Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) was her biological mother, that her ex had stalked her, and that she had been in a terrifying clifftop car crash that left her unconscious.

Jessie Elland said, “I’ve had the best two years of my life playing Chloe and being a part of Emmerdale,” in reference to her time on the program.

“Being outside the Woolpack in the village or passing through the stage door at the studios never grew any less surreal during those two years.

“I feel so privileged to have been given this opportunity and to have been trusted with such wonderful storylines.

“I really got to tick off the soap bingo card; giving birth, discovering new family members, a big stunt, a soapy slap, and even a classic back-of-the-taxi exit!

“All while working with, and learning from, incredibly talented people that I’d grown up watching on screen.”

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